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NBC
Dec 26, 2012 4:30am PST
church, and i'll bet you know it. - we spoke to her, mr. kilgore, to her and to your wife. - and what about my three men they killed when they kidnapped lila? - that can be handled without resorting to war. - i think we know better out here how to handle the indians. are we gonna stand for this outside interference? i say no! - you can't say anything, mr. kilgore. i'm carrying a federal warrant for the arrest of you and cassidy. - arrest, are you crazy? - it says both your names here. the governor figured you wouldn't believe it. that's why he sent along-- - kimberley, you'd better not be making a mistake. this is reece kilgore. - right. that's his gun hand, cassidy. and among the things they're charged with, there's the murder of pete ramirez. - why, you murdering, lying-- you told me ramirez quit. you can scratch my name off that warrant. i'm not responsible for the private feuds of men who happen to work for me. [gunshot] - hold your fire. i want that man alive. [gunfire] [gun clicks] [triumphant music] ♪ - what about kilgore? - kilgore is dead. - and that's it. first ramirez and
NBC
Dec 21, 2012 2:05am PST
mission church, and i'll bet you know it. - we spoke to her, mr. kilgore, to her and to your wife. - and what about my three men they killed when they kidnapped lila? - that can be handled without resorting to war. - i think we know better out here how to handle the indians. are we gonna stand for this outside interference? i say no! - you can't say anything, mr. kilgore. i'm carrying a federal warrant for the arrest of you and cassidy. - arrest, are you crazy? - it says both your names here. the governor figured you wouldn't believe it. that's why he sent along-- - kimberley, you'd better not be making a mistake. this is reece kilgore. - right. that's his gun hand, cassidy. and among the things they're charged with, there's the murder of pete ramirez. - why, you murdering, lying-- you told me ramirez quit. you can scratch my name off that warrant. i'm not responsible for the private feuds of men who happen to work for me. [gunshot] - hold your fire. i want that man alive. [gunfire] [gun clicks] [triumphant music] ♪ - what about kilgore? - kilgore is dead. - and that's it. first
NBC
Dec 25, 2012 6:00am PST
mrs. bailey. what's your dog's name, son? lassie. and this is her present. lassie. that's a good name for a good dog. what does the vet say about her condition? i'm... sure she'll be alright. of course she will. well, mrs. martin, if you don't mind, i think i'll just stick around for a while. you go sit down. say, timmy... you ever hear a story of a dog named balto? there's a big statue of him in central park in new york city. a statue of a dog? see, he was a dog hero, too. now the children in nome -- that's a city in alaska -- were terribly sick, and the only medicine was 650 miles away. well, this was snow country. the only way to get that medicine to nome was by dog sled. so they got teams of dogs and they arranged for relays. balto was to carry the next to the last. then, a blinding storm came up, and he never met the team who was to relieve him. but half frozen and weary, balto carried that precious diphtheria syrum to nome. and he saved all those children's lives. i bet lassie would have done that, too. ♪ ♪ is she alright? i can't tell you, timmy. we'll have to a
NBC
Dec 28, 2012 6:00am PST
different way. lassie, mrs. larson will burn to death. we've got to save her. mrs. larson! mrs. larson! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hello, jenny! get my mom, please. timmy, timmy martin. hello? mom, mrs. larson's house it's on fire. it is? oh, well then i'll call the...timmy where are you now? mrs. larson's. timmy martin. but mom this is true, the house is full of smoke and fire. hello? hello? timmy? jenny, where did that call come from? the one i just got. well, then ring the larson farm will you? ♪ ♪ it's what? off the hook? oh. alright, thank you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, thank heaven you're here. mrs. larson's inside. ♪ ♪ mrs. larson? that's alright, dear, dad's getting her. you alright, boy? look after her, ruth. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well, fire's out. you're a brave boy son. thanks for getting dad girl. we'll take mrs. larson home with us until she's feeling better. yeah and until we can help her get her kitchen fixed. you see this young boy was tending a she
NBC
Dec 28, 2012 11:00pm PST
, tonto. you take mrs. kilgore and her daughter to the mission church. then follow me.
NBC
Dec 31, 2012 4:00am PST
givin a necktie party. now tell me the rap on these bentley's. attempted murder, mrs bentley and her husband tried to kill her father and collect his insurance. one of them things eh? um hum they pushed him in front of a subway train. but they bungled it the fools the old man is alive but somewhat mangled. the entire country is shocked by the ugliness of it. some how they fail to see any beauty in it. what chance they got? judge parker-- none or they wouldn't have spent all that money. trying to square things before coming up for trial. did they try to get to judge parker? oh no no they wouldn't do that. they know its impossible to fix judge parker, but eddie kagle now. hey who spreading the dough. a man known as big harry. well what's his last name, i can't look up no big harry. i wanna call him up and have him come here quick before the trail. no he's too smart for that. well what'll i do. well you just dial spring 7 42 42. i'll guide you a little telepathic transmission. always showing off with those big words. i used to dish out plenty of dough myself when i put in the fix. n
NBC
Dec 27, 2012 6:00am PST
and locate the gold. they'll leave mrs. denton the widow they made her without a penny. how do you know they made mrs. denton a widow, and how do you know they're phonies? i don't know for sure yet, but i'm gonna find out. now wait a minute roy, don't do anything hasty. remember this time the law ain't on your side, and if i find you on the bedford property, i'll have to put you under arrest. maginificent cooking! maginificent, and now my boy because you were kind enough to invite me to partake of this scrumcious feast, i'm gonna do you a favor. my friend, here is a piece of paper that will make you a very rich man, a millionaire. what is it? it's a map, a map that will unfold the treasures of gal conda of eldardo. you follow the instructions and the directions on this map and you will find gold golare. you don't say. that's right. and because you're my friend. well if it ain't pat brady by golly i ain't seen you in a turtle's age. hi ya pete. well as i was saying. oh colonel not now later. well what do you got to say for yourself, patrick? oh not much. just the same. well i'll i s
NBC
Dec 27, 2012 2:05am PST
gone to spirit mountain for dynamite. i'm going after him, tonto. you take mrs. kilgore and her daughter to the mission church. then follow me. - hurry it up. everybody's at the crossing by now. - they better be. i'll remember any man who stays away. - we won't need 'em all anyway. we got enough stuff here to blow up the whole territory. - who's gonna lead this crazy mule? that's what i want to know. anything happens, whoever's close to him don't stand a chance. and it ain't gonna be me. - get back to the ranch and pack your gear. you're fired. - you can't fire me, kilgore. i'm working for what's in there. and you try and fire me from that. [gunshots] - i'll lead him. [gunshot] - the next shot's for that box of dynamite. now throw down your guns. - who are you? - i said drop 'em! [cocks gun] - powder, through the tunnel. get up there behind him. i'm reece kilgore. the indians have taken my daughter. - your daughter is safe, kilgore. - she's in red hawk's village, and i'm using this dynamite to get her out of there. - red hawk let her go. she's at the mission church. [heroic musi
NBC
Dec 21, 2012 10:00pm PST
mrs. denton the widow they made her without a penny. how do you know they made mrs. denton a widow, and how do you know they're phonies? i don't know for sure yet, but i'm gonna find out. now wait a minute roy, don't do anything hasty. remember this time the law ain't on your side, and if i find you on the bedford property, i'll have to put you under arrest. maginificent cooking! maginificent, and now my boy because you were kind enough to invite me to partake of this scrumcious feast, i'm gonna do you a favor. my friend, here is a piece of paper that will make you a very rich man, a millionaire. what is it? it's a map, a map that will unfold the treasures of gal conda of eldardo. you follow the instructions and the directions on this map and you will find gold golare. you don't say. that's right. and because you're my friend. well if it ain't pat brady by golly i ain't seen you in a turtle's age. hi ya pete. well as i was saying. oh colonel not now later. well what do you got to say for yourself, patrick? oh not much. just the same. well i'll i see ya later. how about having a nic
NBC
Dec 26, 2012 6:00am PST
and i'm gonna help too. good. come on, lassie. thank you. i'm sure that you all know mrs. martin, timmy's mother. i invited her here today to speak to you about an important subject. thank you ms. haslet. now, how many of you have halloween costumes? oh good! and how many of you are going trick or treating this halloween with your parents of course? fine! well, we all know the usual things that you get. you have heard of unicef? the united nations children's fund. unicef is an organization that helping by trick or treating for unicef on this halloween. that means that as well as the candy and the cookies that you get, you also ask for a penny. for a needy boy and girl. now with this trick or treat penny, unicef can provide five large glasses of milk. and this is the container with the band around it in which you put your penny. yes willy? mrs. martin, you mean people put money in those containers and we give it to unicef? yes that's right. you mean we don't get to keep anything? oh yes, you get to keep your cookies well, i understand...i tell you what supposing you just all talk
NBC
Dec 30, 2012 3:30pm PST
those pictures. call jeri slate. talk to her about it. i'll be there in five minutes, and this time, we'll get it right. all right. [ gunshot ] mr. leclaire? it was you, wasn't it? "i just happened to be driving by." isn't that what you said? well, i got to thinking after you came to see me. i did a little research. well, it seems like you're always just driving by or walking by or standing right there when something's going to happen. it's not what you think. oh, isn't it? well, what exactly do i think, anyway? do i think you get tipped off before something bad happens so you can get there and just get your shot? or do i think you're some kind of sick scumbag who sets these things up yourself? which is it? put the gun down, mr. leclaire. killing me's not going to make anything better. they'll just-- they'll just put you away. why do i care about that? i've got nothing to live for. everybody i loved died because you had to get your damn pictures. i'm sorry. you've got to believe me, i am so sorry, and i would make it up to you if i could. try. please, please. mr. leclaire, we have t
NBC
Dec 23, 2012 6:00am PST
♪ ♪ ♪ i guess we scared her. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well, hello! well. what do you call this bea? her name's lassie. well, lassie, how do you do? i'm called mr. nicholson. - hi, i'm timmy. timmy martin. well hello, timmy. i see you're feeding the birds at the christmas season. it's a very nice thing you're doing, my boy. they go hungry because they can't find any food because of the snow. yes, i know. ♪ hey! ♪ i guess she isn't afraid anymore. ♪ oh, holly. did you think i'd forgotten you? huh? ♪ i'd never forget you, old friend. ha ha. mister nicholson, are you a mender of toys? that's what i am, son. there aren't many of us left. boy, we could really use you fo - oh? well you see, my mom and some of the other ladies at church, they're gathering up old toys and fixing them for the kids at the children's hospital in capital city. there's a whole bunch of stuff in our barn. there's a lot of fixing to be done. i'd be very glad to assist your ladies, timmy. i'll
NBC
Dec 26, 2012 7:00am PST
widow they made her without a penny. how do you know they made mrs. denton a widow, and how do you know they're phonies? i don't know for sure yet, but i'm gonna find out. now wait a minute roy, don't do anything hasty. remember this time the law ain't on your side, and if i find you on the bedford property, i'll have to put you under arrest. maginificent cooking! maginificent, and now my boy because you were kind enough to invite me to partake of this scrumcious feast, i'm gonna do you a favor. my friend, here is a piece of paper that will make you a very rich man, a millionaire. what is it? it's a map, a map that will unfold the treasures of gal conda of eldardo. you follow the instructions and the directions on this map and you will find gold golare. you don't say. that's right. and because you're my friend. well if it ain't pat brady by golly i ain't seen you in a turtle's age. hi ya pete. well as i was saying. oh colonel not now later. well what do you got to say for yourself, patrick? oh not much. just the same. well i'll i see ya later. how about having a nice piece of pie w
NBC
Dec 22, 2012 5:00am PST
mind him. think of her. what can i do? have i deceived her all this time but to break her heart at last? father... i've made up my mind. when mr. tackleton returns, i shall tell him that i accept his proposal. crocket's voice: see, i was determined that bertha would never get a chance to say yes. so i called together some of me mates. well, right on the dot, he arrives. bertha: do come and sit beside me, mr. tackleton. i've made tea. i shall. oh, i shall, my pretty little lady. one lump or 2? 2. oh, yes, 2, my pretty. 2, he says. coming up, matey. oh! ooh! ooh, is anything wrong? no. and now, my dear, we come to the reason for my presence here. ha ha ha. "ha ha ha." that's what you think, chum. pepper. and have you made up your pretty little mind? ha ha ha. well, to tell the truth, kind sir-- yes? ha ha ha. [ah-choo!] oh! oh, what was that? never mind. now-- [ah-choo!] well, what on earth? excuse me, my pretty-- [ah-choo!] [ah-choo! ah-choo!] it was that cricket made a fool of me. uriah, get rid of him once and for all. [squawk] and this time, no slip-ups. get professional help so
NBC
Dec 28, 2012 9:00pm PST
let her go. well, it's just that she's such a little girl. - we'll start before daybreak. not this time, little bit. in a year or two, maybe. i brought mrs. kilgore here out from the east. she still hasn't quite been able to get used to it. you see, back east, you wouldn't be wearing pants. you'd learn to curtsy and to embroider, and you'd no more think of letting the sun touch your face than you'd handle the business end of a branding iron. - i'm gonna brand a calf this roundup. - you are, huh? i've got a big outfit here, governor. you've only seen a corner of it. and this is the youngster who someday is gonna be able to run it. i'm raising her to be equal to the job. - did you have to humiliate me before the governor? - go to bed. - i know how bitter you are about me, how disappointed. but why can't we try to make the best of it? - i'm doing that. - are you? staring for hours every evening at a mountain you can't have? bringing up lila the way you do? - will you please go to bed? - reece, you can't make a boy of her. it may be what you wanted. but it's not what we have. - i think
NBC
Dec 27, 2012 12:35am PST
want to go too. clunk! - no, lila. reece, you wouldn't let her go. well, it's just that she's such a little girl. - we'll start before daybreak. not this time, little bit. in a year or two, maybe. i brought mrs. kilgore here out from the east. she still hasn't quite been able to get used to it. you see, back east, you wouldn't be wearing pants. you'd learn to curtsy and to embroider, and you'd no more think of letting the sun touch your face than you'd handle the business end of a branding iron. - i'm gonna brand a calf this roundup. - you are, huh? i've got a big outfit here, governor. you've only seen a corner of it. and this is the youngster who someday is gonna be able to run it. i'm raising her to be equal to the job. - did you have to humiliate me before the governor? - go to bed. - i know how bitter you are about me, how disappointed. but why can't we try to make the best of it? - i'm doing that. - are you? staring for hours every evening at a mountain you can't have? bringing up lila the way you do? - will you please go to bed? - reece, you can't make a boy of her. it may be
NBC
Dec 27, 2012 7:00am PST
way. mr. peters always gives her a biscuit, even if she doesn't buy anything. well, that sounds like a good deal, for lassie. well, now you be careful crossing the street. lassie always looks out for cars. good. well, we'll meet here in an hour so keep track of the time. we'll be here. come on, lassie. ♪ we'll go in the pet shop first. then we'll go to macdonald's, he's got lots of stuff in his store. even for five cents. wait a minute. come on, lassie. mom is gonna have a birthday soon and we've got to look for stuff for her. ♪ twelve ninety-five. eight fifty? wow. a pair of white gloves would be nice, but she's already got some. i know mom would like that clock, lassie. but all i've got in my bank is two dollars and three cents. we'll think of something. maybe we could rake leaves on saturday for mr. ferguson. or maybe we could watch the cows for farmer brayson. boy wanted! that's us! hello, young man. what can i do for you? i came to ask about the job. oh, i see. i'm afraid you're a little young for it son. i really had an older boy in mind. but i'm almost ten. i bet i could be
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